Every House Is Haunted

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ChiZine Publications, Oct 15, 2012 - Fiction - 300 pages
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"There are haunted places in the world, all existing in reality and every bit as tangible and accessible as the house next door. Sometimes it is the house next door."

In this brilliant debut collection, Ian Rogers explores the border-places between our world and the dark reaches of the supernatural. The landscape of death becomes the new frontier for scientific exploration. A honeymoon cabin with an unspeakable appetite finally meets its match. A suburban home is transformed into the hunting ground for a new breed of spider. A nightmarish jazz club at the crossroads of reality plays host to those who can break a deal with the devil...for a price. With remarkable deftness, Rogers draws together the disturbing and the diverting in twenty-two showcase stories that will guide you through terrain at once familiar and startlingly fresh.


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User Review  - Stormcrow - Goodreads

There is no doubt that Ian Rogers knows how to write. He also knows how to keep a reader interested. In fact, it's only attributable to those first two instances that I even bothered to finish the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jillian - Goodreads

I loved this book! Great for fans of Neil Gaiman and books with the fantasy/other worldly elements. Whimsical and extremely original stories. Read full review


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Ian Rogers is a writer, artist, and photographer. His short fiction has appeared in several publications, including Cemetery Dance, Supernatural Tales, and Shadows and Tall Trees. He is the author of the Felix Renn series of supernatural-noirs (“supernoirturals”), including Temporary Monsters, The Ash Angels, and Black-Eyed Kids from Burning Effigy Press. Ian lives with his wife in Peterborough, Ontario. For more information, visit ianrogers.ca.

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